Presenting Uncertainty About Climate Change to Water-Resource Managers: A Summary of Workshops with the Inland Empire Utilities Agency

Water resource managers have long strived to meet their goals of system reliability and environmental protection in the face of many uncertainties, including demographic and economic forecasts, intrinsic weather variability, and short-term climate change induced by El Niño and other naturally occurring cycles. Now water managers also face a new uncertainty — the potential for longer-term and more persistent climate change, which, in coming years, may significantly affect the availability of supply and patterns of water demand.

Position: Lawyer

The Resilience Plan for Greater Milwaukee Metropolitan Area

The Resilience Plan for Greater Milwaukee, Wisconsin included engagement with over 28 municipalities (1.1 million people) and stakeholders from all sectors through a structured planning process to reach agreement on the risks, vision, and supportive actions needed to improve this region’s resilience and reduce the most pressing risks. The Resilience Plan registers that these risks continue to be exacerbated by changing populations, economic challenges and climate change.

Position: Senior Systems Engineer
Position: Climate and Environmental Scientist
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Position: Project Manager
Position: Project Manager Climate Change Adaptation
Position: Engineer III
Position: Mitigation Champion
Position: Senior Environmental Planner